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Synonym: digexcavategougeladleSimilar words: cooperatecooperativecooperate withloopdrooptroopcookiecoordinateMeaning: [skuːp]  n. 1. the quantity a scoop will hold 2. a hollow concave shape made by removing something 3. a news report that is reported first by one news organization 4. street names for gamma hydroxybutyrate 5. the shovel or bucket of dredge or backhoe 6. a large ladle. v. 1. take out or up with or as if with a scoop 2. get the better of. 
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(1) Scoop out the melon flesh.
(2) Just one scoop of mashed potato for me, please.
(3) First, scoop a hole in the soil.
(4) Use both hands to scoop up the leaves.
(5) Scoop out the pulp and serve it with sugar.
(6) She made a scoop with her hand and picked up what she had dropped.
(7) Halve the pineapple and scoop out the inside.
(8) He began to scoop his things up frantically.
(9) Halve the melon and scoop out the pulp.
(10) Scoop out the pumpkin's stringy fibres.
(11) The paper managed to secure a major scoop and broke the scandal to the world.
(12) Cut the tomato in half and scoop out the seeds with a teaspoon.
(13) The socialist party is expected to scoop up the majority of the working-class vote.
(14) Scoop the blanket weed out and use it to line hanging baskets.
(15) Cut the tomato in half and scoop out the seeds.
(16) Getting that story was the scoop of a lifetime for the journalist.
(17) Cut the melon in half and scoop out the flesh.
(18) All the newspapers really want to do is scoop the opposition.
(19) Cut the tomato in half and scoop out flesh.
(20) I suppose they might represent a considerable academic scoop.
(21) CNN quickly recognised the opportunity for a scoop.
(22) CNN recognized its opportunity for a scoop.
(23) I was too far gone to get the scoop.
(24) Charlie loved to scoop the competition.
(25) Scoop off fat from pan juices.
(26) Gently scoop out potato, leaving skins intact.
(27) Scoop flesh from potatoes into a food processor.
(28) The Reverend William Spooner used to produce spoonerisms such as 'a scoop of boy trouts', instead of what he had meant to say - 'a troop of boy scouts'.
(29) Prying off the plastic lid, she took out a small scoop.
(30) Cut the melon in half, remove the seeds and scoop out the flesh.
More similar words: cooperatecooperativecooperate withloopdrooptroopcookiecoordinatescornscorescopecoordinatorfiascofortune cookiediscorddiscoursediscountdiscouragetelescopescoundreldiscourageddiscordanthabeas corpus
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